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him at close range. other troopers fired back killing this gunman. two bystanders were also injured. a man who was in the station at the time tells us what he saw and heard. >> i was outside. i had my hand on the door handle when i heard two gunshots go off. i didn't think they were gunshots but then there were like five, maybe ten more after that and i could see the muzzle flash through the tinted door and so i ran out of there. >> i mean of course you don't think it's going to be a gunshot an then i saw the floosh inside and knew it was a gunshot. i'm like there's no way this is actually happening. i saw people coming out the front door, the side door, the door to the restaurant, so i bailed as fast as i could. >> state trooper who was shot has life-threatening injuries. that's different from the first reports we got from sources who said the trooper was dead. we had also heard that some of the troopers were not wearing uniforms. however state police say the trooper who was injured was in
the bus station will remain closed for the rest of the day. back to you, doreen. >> thank you, pat lawson muse. new charges tonight against a tennessee man who was shot by police at the capitol this week. larry dawson faces charges of resisting and assault of a federal police officer. court documents say he passed through a metal detector twice before that shooting on monday. both times it alerted that he had metal near his waist. the documents say that when police wanded him, dawson pulled a bb gun and pointed it at the officer. they say he was shot twice when he refused orders to put the gun down. the charges against him carry a sentence of up to 30 years in prison. donald trump here in washington today to meet with his foreign policy team, but his day also included a surprise stop at the headquarters of the republican national committee. a source with the rnc told nbc news that the agenda included party unity and other subjects. that meeting comes as trump is facing new stres
with women voters. >> an nbc news poll conducted earlier this month suggests 70% of women overall already have an unfavorable power play of truopd that was before he suggested women who have an illegal abortion should be punished. >> trump is here in washington discussing republican unity and his rivals were trying to use the trump abortion fiasco and other issues to unite women against trump. >> reporter: heidi cruz in wisconsin today working for the votes of women. for ted cruz, it's a way to win this state and turn around the republican race. heidi was a banker, now a mom, vouching for ted. >> i know we are already starting to unify the party. >> reporter: donald trump in d.c. today for party meetings is dividing the party by gender. just 24% of wom
where his super pac is running this ad. >> sure, i get some grief when i say i'm voting for donald trump, but you know what? i want to protect my family. >> reporter: but trump retweeted this photo of heidi cruz, defended a top aide charged with battery on a woman, and walked back his call for punishing women who have illegal abortions. >> every other time he opens his mouth it's something derogatory towards women. >> he's constantly portraying women as inferior. >> reporter: the woman leading the democratic race today. >> donald trump is showing us exactly who he is, and we should believe him. >> reporter: polls show hillary clinton could lose to bernie sanders in wisconsin. >> a lot has changed in 11 months. >> reporter: the sanders' campaign still has a mathematical shot at the nomination. >> it is a very uphill battle, but they are convinced there is a path for them. >> reporter: donald trump is more confident despite his problems. and trump
very nice meeting with republican party chair reince priebus and the gop. looking forward to bringing the party together, and it will happen. even though republican party leaders say they are planning for a contested convention. i'm steve handelsman, news4. jim, back to you. >> thanks, steve. news4 has learned the d.c. council will have to pass special legislation to put bernie sanders' name on the democrat ige bic ballot for the 14th primary. sources close to the d.c. board of elections say the board has determined it cannot certify sanders for the ballot right now. that's because the local democratic party submitted sanders' name one day after the deadline. d.c. council member at large anita barnes is also the chairman of the local party. she's preparing emergency legislation to correct that ballot problem. the council could vote as early as tuesday to clear up the issue. the sanders' campaign was not a
station today after police say a newspaper vendor stabbed a metro rider. some witnesses and security camera video from the addison road station are giving police a clear picture of what happened. prince george's county bureau chief tracee wilkins is outside that station with reaction from some riders. tracee? >> reporter: this is a man who greets commuters on their way to work. it's leaving many people here wondering what led to him allegedly stabbing a man multiple times. >> it was simply i got my paper, hello, thank you, and like that was it. >> reporter: this commuter was shocked to hear that the guy who handed him his paper this morning may have stabbed another commuter less than an hour later. >> he seemed fine to me. to the hear this even happened is like -- >> reporter: metro spokesmen say they don't know what caused the express paperman to suddenly stab a 24-year-old man who was going to catch the train this morning. it happened just before 9:00. >> they get into an altercation that escalates to
the suspect tackled the victim and ended up stabbing him. >> reporter: metro transit police are searching for the suspect and working to positively identify him. but they say they have no doubt they'll be able to catch him quickly and bring him into custody. >> at least three good camera views of this incident. we are able as a result of that to identify the suspect. in addition to that there were multiple witnesses. >> reporter: there was also a female newspaper contractor at the metro entrance who is now working with metro transit detectives. >> there were actually two newspaper vendors handing out those newspapers. his colleague obviously knows who he is. the station manager is here every day and has seen him. >> reporter: a "washington post" spokesman released this statement saying, we are looking into exactly what happened. we are aware that an express contractor was involved and are currently gathering more information from police. it's leaving commuters wondering what happened with the paper man
>> everybody has their own issues. >> reporter: metro spokesman says they have clear hd video of what unfolded here. they're not going to release it because they say they know where their suspect or who their suspect is. all they have to do now is bring him in, and they're confident they're going to be able to do that. reporting live, i'm tracee wilkins. back to you all in the studio. >> thank you, tracy. that incident is just the latest high profile case for metro. last weekend 15-year-old davonte washington was gunned down in front of his family at the deanwood metro station. a 17-year-old has been charged with his murder. back in february a man was shot during an attempted robbery on board a green line train approaching the anacostia station. patrols have also been increased to deal with the spike in assaults carried out by groups of high school teens. those assaults are among the crimes that have risen when compared to this same time in 2015. the transit system was also the scene for two murders last year, a stabbing on a red line train on july 4th and a shooting in
metro garage ten days later. looking at weather now, you might want to grab your umbrella. temperatures are kind of pleasant but some rain, even maybe a couple thunderstorms coming our way tomorrow. amelia segal, we're going to get wet, huh? >> you've got to vance. mainly tomorrow. you can soo they activity on storm team4 radar, mainly in northern frederick county and around to the luray area south of warrenton down around charlottesvil charlottesville. only showers in the forecast tonight. otherwise it's cloudy, it's breezy. this is going to be our main rainmaker tomorrow during the morning hours. a cold front moves through tomorrow night that's going to cool us down for the weekend. right now we're at 73 degrees. by 9:00, still a balmy 69. 11:00 p.m. the potential for a few isolated showers out there. otherwise a temperature of 68. some rain at times tomorrow. even a few thunderstorms are possible. best chance for rain tomorrow looks to favor the first half of the day and any thunderstorms t
winds producing some isolated wind damage and some heavy rain. i'll have more on the timing of tomorrow's rain and how it impacts weekend temperatures coming up in about ten minutes. jim? >> thanks, amelia. folks down in little rock, arkansas, are getting slammed by bad weather. heavy rain, flash flooding in parts of the area there. a college parking lot was swamped. some of the vehicles submerged. flooding also led to some water rescues. three people had to hang on to trees after the water pushed their car over a bridge. crews were able to get them out safely. severe weather also having an effect on people in oklahoma. there was a tornado in tulsa yesterday. it damaged the downtown area. several people injured. powerful winds, heavy hail slammed other areas in the state. coming up at 6:15 in our broadcast, nbc's jay gray with a report on some of the area's
warning about a serious security risk in federal buildings here and around the nation. it involves the different types of security badges that different buildings give out. as tom sherwood reports now, recent violence on capitol hill only highlights the risk. >> reporter: violence and security threats. they can occur anytime, anywhere. like monday at the capitol visitor center. even with increased security visibility around federal buildings, security remains a top issue for federal workers. >> whatever can be done to enhance security is something we support. >> reporter: carl oversees over 8,000 federal employees. >> it's important that the agencies know who is going in and out. >> reporter: a new inspector general report on thousands of federal buildings controlled by the general services administration says there is a serious security risk. the report says there are too many different types of secu
visitors and contractors and too little control of them. that increases the chances of identity fraud, tamper, and counterfeiting. there's no way to authenticate badges at entrances and exits. some workers and contractors suggest security is still pretty tight. >> you have to bring so many different credentials to even prove who you are. >> reporter: the gsa acknowledged the problems cites in the report and says it's already begun to take steps to correct them. in the district, tom sherwood, news4. coming up, a mother sharing her story as police continue to search for more victims. we'll report what a day laborer allegedly told a little girl after a disturbing attack inside her own house. a park police officer says he was assaulted by a suspect, a suspect with a cooler and two hula hoops. wait until you hear what
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emergency room. our pat collins is at d.c. superior court now with more on this. pat? >> reporter: jim, a cop says a man tried to assault him with a hula hoop. after that it got violent and ug ugly. this is what timothy cox looked like after it happened. he says he has broken bones around his eye, stitches in his forehead after he was beaten by a u.s. park police officer. >> he kept on hitting me in my head. when he saw the blood, that's when he stopped. >> reporter: mr. cox was a passenger in this minivan when it was pulled over for a traffic violation. he says a park police officer maced him and then beat him in the face after he ran into his sister's house nearby. >> he sprayed the mace directly in my e
see but i was still trying to get the mace out of his hands because it was like he was trying to keep on spraying it. jooshg the park police say the officer was trying to arrest the driver of the minivan when mr. cox assaulted the officer by throwing a cooler and two hula hoops at him. the cooler missed but one of the hula hoops hit the officer in the face. that led to a chase into the house and a fight in one of the bedrooms. they say mr. cox was maced and struck in the face but police say it was self-defense. >> at that point that suspect reached out his hands and grabs that officers getalia and squeezed. the officer's only recourse was to punch him in the eye with a closed fist. >> reporter: john davis was the driver of the minivan and friend of mr. cox. he believes they were targeted because police thought they were gay. park police say they have no evidence the officer used any h
at the hospital he had used pcp earlier that day. john davis and timothy cox both have been charged with assault on a police officer. both men have had those charges dropped. doreen, back to you. >> pat collins. thank you. a driver is in custody after a police pursuit in fairfax county. it started along chain bridge road early this morning and ended at route 29 in fairfax. political tell us officers tried to pull over a car but the driver wouldn't stop. police say they followed the car along route 29 until they were able to make the driver stop. still no word on the driver's name or the reason for the initial traffic stop. a former judge has been sentenced to a year of probation for ordering a defendant in his court to be physically shocked. robert nalley is his e.
charles county until 2014. he was removed from the bench after he ordered a deputy sheriff to activate what's called a stun cuff. he did that when a defendant refused to listen to his orders. nalley pled guilty to a civil rights violation earlier this year. according to his arrangement, he must also attend anger management classes. it was not nalley's first brush with the law. back in 2010 he pled guilty to deflating the tire on a car that was parked in a spot that he wanted to use. severe weather is tearing through the nation's midsection and more could be on the way. as nbc news jay gray shows us, a twister slammed into a church just as people were having a prayer meeting. >> reporter: storm sirens sounded overnights a violent weather ripped across the heartland. multiple tornadoes ravaged parts of oklahoma tearing down trees
and pulling away the roof of this church during a prayer meeting. >> we were huddled right in here. we just were all balled up in a ball here and praying. and everything blew in around us, but we were good. none of us even have a scratch on us. >> reporter: golf ball-sized hail pounded southern kansas leaving behind a trail of damage that stretched for miles. while in arkansas heavy rains left parts of little rock a big mess. rescue teams worked through the night saving drivers, some clinging to trees after their cars were swept away in flash floods. forecasters warn more storms are expected across the region this evening. jay gray, nbc news. one of two day workers picked up from this gaithersburg pargi parking lot a behind bars accused of sexually abusing a 6-year-old girl. coming up at 6:30, hear what police say the suspect told t
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a few storms potentially in the forecast tomorrow. temperatures in the 70s once again. some locations could even hit 80 degrees and it's windy throughout the day. a little bit of everything in the forecast tomorrow, and then after tomorrow cooler air moves in. rain tomorrow, have the big umbrella with the wintsds. any thunderstorms we see develop have the potential to have gusty winds and some heavy rain within them. then on saturday we'll be cooler with a chance of some showers around, especially during the first half of the day. a little breezy. on sunday very windy. when you factor in the winds sunday morning it will feel like temperatures are in the 20s. feeling very, very cold sunday morning. tomorrow the weather having a moderate impact on your day just because we have to keep in the chance of rain at times pretty much throughout the day. probably be checking the radar and your nbc washington app and maybe adjusting if you're having lunch indoors or outdoors, dealing with wet roads potentially especially for that morning commute.
breezy to windy throughout the day. right now we're at 73 degrees. winds out of the south at about 20 miles an hour. that southerly wind going to keep us warmer overnight tonight. lows only dip into the 60s. here is future weather for tomorrow. 5:00 a.m., tracking some scattered light showers. otherwise cloudy skies. we continue to track areas of rain during the morning hours. as we move into the midday and afternoon hours, some limited sunshine develops and that's going to allow our temperatures to soar and that could also help fire off some additional afternoon showers and thunderstorms but it looks like the best chance of you dealing with rain will be during the morning hours tomorrow. but notice the brighter colors here on future weather. that's some heavy rain, potentially some thunderstorms, some strong, maybe a severe thunderstorm or two impacting the area. a cold front moves through during the evening hours, and then after that we'll be mainly dry. so if you want to have dinner out for your friday night, i think we should be okay. look at the highs tomorrow. 79 in the district.
80 in la pla taplata. on saturday we're just talking about showers. so road conditions tonight for the most part just fine. tomorrow and saturday some wet roads at times. feels like temperatures sunday morning in the 20s. 8:00 a.m. feeling 28 in the district and 23 in gaithersburg. a high temperature tomorrow of 79. on saturday a high of 64. look at how the rain on saturday favors the district and areas off to the east during the morning hours on future weather. nbcwashington.com we move towards the lunchtime hours, this rain starts to push out of the area. sunday dry but windy. 53 degrees. i'll have more on your extended forecast coming up. here at the live desk, we just got a picture of the man suspected of stabbing someone at the addison road metro station. take a look. his name is daniel brown. he's a washington post vendor at the ti
officers say he was handing out "washington post" express papers this morning when he got into a fight with someone, pulled a knife, and stand him. the victim is 24 years old. he's in stable condition. transit police are looking for brown on account of an attempted murder. we'll be pushing out alerts on the nbc washington app. chris lawrence, thank you. still ahead, a day laborer arrested for sex abuse. tonight the victim's mother delivers a warning as police reveal what the suspect told the little girl in the moments after the attack. ahead, how did the cia leave an explosive training device on a loudoun county school bus and what is the school system doing to make sure it never happens again? and a major overhaul for metro. what commuters can expect all in the name of safety.
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you're watching news4 at 6:00. there is a warning tonight from a mother after a day laborer was arrested on a charge that he sexually assaulted the woman's 6-year-old daughter. >> the mother says it happened when she hired the man who move some furniture, but she says the money she saved has led to an expensive lesson. news4's meagan fitzgerald is in gaithersburg with her story.
>> reporter: yeah, and doreen, keisha ajay says it was her friends who encouraged her to come to this parking lot behind us to hire a few workers. she was trying to stay within her budget, so she did, and thousand she says it's a decision she regrets. police say it happens often. people pull up to certain parking lots looking for inexpensive labor. that's what keisha ajay was after last wednesday when she needed help moving some heavy furniture. >> i had a large bedroom set that i needed moved. >> reporter: so she came here to the 711 parking lot to pick up two day workers. one of them was 44-year-old jose compos gonzalez. she was working in her room while gonzalez was just feet away. >> my daughter was upstairs in her room and the day laborer was undoing the armoire. >> reporter: that's when court documents say gonzalez inappropriately touched the 6-year-old girl and then apoloz
daughter told her what happened. >> i was enraged because it happened in my home. >> reporter: she also called 911 and after a five-day investigation, gonzalez was arrested. investigators say he even admitted to the crime. >> when you hire somebody to come into your home, you have no idea who is coming to your home. you don't know what the background is. >> reporter: she says she learned the hard way why she should never bring strangers into her home. now she says she can only hope what happened to her family is a lesson to others. >> i just hope one day, you know, god will erase the memories of what happened. >> reporter: now, police believe there are more victims out there, so they're asking anyone with information about this case or anyone who recalls children being around gonzalez to contact the montgomery county police department right away. doreen? >> meagan fitzgerald, thank you. metros' general manager wants you to k
some lines could be closed for months. paul wiedefeld wrote a letter to riders saying he's working on a long-range maintenance plan for the rail system and it will be ready in four to six weeks he expects. he's also promising that any service disruptions will come with plenty of notice. a house in haymarket, virginia,clared a total loss. it caught fire yesterday and firefighters had to shuttle in water because there were no fire hydrants nearby. the home was destroyed. everyone was able to get out and tonight the red cross is helping the two people who lived there find a place to stay. there's a new effort tonight to help the family of a young man who was killed in an accident in a warehouse in northern virginia. a go fund me page has set up on behalf of andy joya-rubio. he died on tuesday when a storage rackol
inside the reinhardt food services warehouse in manassas. what caused that collapse they're still trying to figure out. the fund-raising page says joya-rubio was married and he had a little girl and another baby on the way. if you'd like to help, you're invited to the nbc washington app and search andy. there is a mail delivery dilemma in d.c. residents living in one condo complex say they haven't received their mail in six months. frustrated they weren't getting answers they turned to susan hogan and she's here with some answers for them. >> imagine not having delivery for that long. >> i can't. >> crazy, you have your bills missed, jury notices. imagine not getting your mail deliver eed since before thanksgiving. close to a dozen residents in this condo complex say they have had to go to the post office in person to pick up their mail every day since. they all know what the problem is. it's a broken lock butir
contacted the united states postal service numerous times but it never came out to fik the lock. residents say they're desperate for delivery to resume. >> i would be extremely happy, yeah. i mean, i don't have a lot of faith in their ability to get things done at this point, but it would be nice to see some results. >> within two hours of news4 contacting the u.s. postal service, an employee as you see there, showed up at the condo building to check out the lock. building management says it's the first person from the postal service to actually pay them a visit and in a statement the postal service told us the lock and bracket that allows the carrier to access the mailboxes had been broken and the postal service is not authorized to deliver mail that is not secured so an alternate delivery plan was put in place. the postal service apologized for any inconvenience and the postal service also explained to us it's really a shared responsibility between them and the condo management company because of a
needed. bottom line, we helped deliver them some results and mail should resume this week. >> boy, six months is a long time to go without your mail. >> tell me about it. absolutely. it's done. >> all right. >> good work. >> thanks. the leaders of about 50 nations are gathered in the district right now for a meeting on reducing the world's nuclear stockpile. the nuclear security summit is under way at the convention center. earlier today president obama met with the leaders of japan and south korea to talk about north korea's latest nuclear tests. >> we are united in our efforts to deter and defend against north korean provocations. we recognize that our security is linked, that we have to work together to meet this challenge. >> the president says another important matter is keeping nuclear materials out of the hands of terrorists who might be
dirty bombs. >> there are major traffic troubles around the d.c. convention center because of that nuclear security summit. people trying to get around the area today say it was a challenge. the mt. vernon metro station is closed. there are no cars allowed, and even pedestrian access to limited in this area. the shutdown began last night, it effects all of the streets you see in red on that map. things should be back to normal around the washington convention center by tomorrow night. the scene of a deadly terror attack in brussels, and tonight we know about the airport's plans to reopen and why some people voiced their concerns about security weeks before the bombing happened. plus a protest over pay as some workers at reagan national airport go on strike, but first here is amelia. doreen, you'll want to have the umbrella tomorrow and then a big cooldown
over the weekend. i'll have the latest numbers coming up in my updated forecast. but jamie raskin is the only democrat for congress
what do you want? >> some wheelchair attendants, baggage handlers and sky cabs protested outside national airport today. they want higher wages. some of the workers who are contracted by outside companies make less than $4 an hour plus tips. they say those wages are not liveable and they're pushing for $15 an hour. the protest today is part of a national campaign for airport workers all over the country. tonight we're learning more about when the airport in brussels may reopen. belgium officials hope to resume flights as early as yesterday, but now they're saying they will not reopen before this weekend due to the damage caused by two suicide bombers last week. the airport will be able to run only at 20% of its normal capacity. in a separate development, brussels airport police have written an open letter saying they sounded daily
inadequate security well before the attacks happened. interpol has issued an international arrest warrant connected to fake security badges sold to buyers in this country. a romanian fugitive is accused of making counterfeit credentials for the cia, the fbi, and other federal agencies. those badges were sold online and shipped from germany. several people have already tried to use them, including a man who tried to impersonate a cia officer in get into a secure area at reagan national airport in january of 2014. the family of a montgomery county police officer killed while working on an alcohol task force is pushing for tougher drunk driving laws in maryland. the maryland senate and house both passed the bill known as noah's law. it's named after officer noah leotta. it expands the use of ignition interlock devices for convicted drunk drivers,ut
leotta's family says the house version is not strong enough. it makes exceptions for someone who refuses a blood alcohol test. >> we have too many drunk drivers on the road who it's not their first time, not their second time, not their third time. it's many, many, many times because we have forgotten we need to be thinking about the victims and not the criminal drunk drivers who are domestic terrorists on the road. >> officer leotta's family wants a tougher version passed before the general assembly adjourned next month. a new government report suggests there is no change in the prevalence of autism in children. roughly 1 in 68 children has autism or a related disorder according to the centers for disease control and prevention. that's the same rate as the last cdc report two years ago. the lack of change is noteworthy because autism estimates have been steadily increasing. back in 2007 the government
children were affected by autism. the dramatic increase since then may be partially due to wider definitions of autism, but the cdc says it is too soon to know whether autism rates have stabilized. coming up, an explosive device found on a local school bus carrying students. we'll tell you how it happened and what officials are telling parents about how it happened. plus, a midair scare. time magazine
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it flew into the bad weather we've been talking about. the ride was so rough a beverage cart flipped over spilling drinks in the cabin and tearing up the side of the seat. one passenger describes the tense moments. >> this guy behind me, he's saying, are we going down? are we going down? and he goes, i got kids. and this husband and wife sitting behind me, and i looked back and i said, sir, i said i promise you, this aircraft is 100% safe. >> the passengers caught another flight to memphis. our chris gordon was the first to report the cia left explosive training material in a loudoun county school bus. now many parents are wondering how could that happen? chris mahas more on what went wrong and what's being done to make sure it doesn't happen again. >> reporter: the cia sent us this statement that says it is conducting an independent review and
control of its explosives to make sure an incident like this never happens again. the cia conducted k-9 training with the loudoun county sheriff's department at briar woods high school last week training dogs to detect bombs using a school bus. a piece of explosive training material fell out of a package and was left behind on the school bus. this evening the training program has been suspended. >> we want to make sure we're not missing anything here, so we just had a meeting this afternoon with the cia, with the public schools, with the fire marshal's office, and we wanted to make sure we suspended everything with regards to this program until a thorough review is done. >> reporter: on monday and tuesday the bus with the explosive training material on board carried students from three loudoun county public schools. >> it was a special needs bus. there were 26 students total. it went a total of 145.6 miles with the substance on it. >> reporr:
family informing them of this incident. >> i'm thinking that it was probably an honest mistake, but a very poor one. something that could endanger all of us. >> reporter: the cia says it has conducted a full inventory to account for all of its explosives in its k-9 program. reporting from loudoun county, chris gordon, news4. sex assault allegations against bill cosby will be part of the cosby exhibit at the new african-american history museum. the director said visitors will recognize that cosby's legacy has been, quote, severely damaged. cosby's work in television and standup comedy will be featured in an exhibit on black entertainers and artists. the museum is scheduled to open its doors on september 24th. amelia is back with more about our weather. when does it get better? tomorrow is going to be bumpy. >> we ha l
weekend. we have 80 degrees. we have windchills in the 20s. we have storms. we have very strong winds. here is the latest on storm team4 radar p.m. some very light showers out there right now in parts of carroll county and into parts of virginia. for most of us it's dry this evening. just isolated showers into the overnight hours. what we're really noticing, how mild it is, the cloud cover, and the winds. looking further back to the west, you can see more impressive lines of storms. this will be our weathermaker tomorrow. a cold front that moves through the area ultimately during the evening hours. ahead of it we'll be dealing with rain at times. currently we're in the 70s. low 70s. back around the i-81 corridor down into the 60s. washington at 73. annapolis as well. for tomorrow morning not a bad start as far as the temperatures are concerned, but you want to grab the umbrella. 66 at 7:00 a.m. by lunchtime we're in the low 70s. a high tomorrow near 80. we hit our high at 4:00 and by 7:00 p.m. temperatures w b
we'll have rain on and off at times throughout the day. it looks like the best chance of you dealing with rain will be mainly during the morning hours, but there's also the potential for more scattered showers during the afternoon and early evening hours, and maybe a few rumbles of thunder. no widespread severe weather is in the forecast tomorrow but it is one of those days where we're warm enough, we're humid enough where any storm that does form could have some strong gusty winds and some heavy rain. about a low to moderate risk of some heavy rain and a moderate risk of some high winds and any thunderstorms. even if we don't see the storms, you're going to be noticing the winds tomorrow gusting at at least 30 to 35 miles an hour throughout the day. so the weekend outlook, we have a few nats games friday and saturday. showers are possible at both games. kite festival on saturday. shower possible there. cherry blossom ten-miler, windy, cold, brutal, not very nice. sunday morning it will feel like temperatures are in the 20s when you factor in the winds. the thermometer reading about 40 degrees. saturday a high of 64.
some rain around, maybe during the morning and midday hours looks to be the best timing. sunday we'll keep it dry but again we trade off that sunshine for very blustery conditions, and then monday, tuesday, wednesday, and thursday, temperatures kind of up and down and in the mid-50s. very springlike forecast over the next seven days. >> that's the kind we like. thanks, amelia. sports coming up. wizards' playoff hopes, boy, are they fading fast. and one of them is letting everybody know he's not happy about it at all. >> here is lester holt. >> ahead for us, we're gathering late details on the deadly shoot out at a virginia bus station this afternoon. the stars of the u.s. women's soccer team call for equal pay with the men. and frozen in time. how couples are donating embryos left over from in vitro.
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this is is the xfinity sports desk brought to you by xfinity, your hope for the most live sports. >> jason has sports and i just want to say it might be a little late, don't you think? >> for the wizards? i'd say probably a couple months late. but i don't have a problem with the comments. i have a problem with the fact that he is a part of the problem. he missed 25 games this season. you can't call guys out. the wizards have not officially
playoffs just yet but after last night's debacle in sacramento, it's fair to say they're pretty much done. every game has become a must-win for the wizards so it makes you scratch your head as to how a team could lose this badly to a squad that has nothing to play for like the kings. not much happiness for the wizards and their fans these days. late last night the wizards couldn't get off the sleep train. urgency not a key word these days for a squad fighting for their playoff lives. not much of that against sacramento last night. the wizards have lost two in a row now. they're 3 1/2 games back of that final playoff spot in the east and bradley beal is fed up with his teammates' effort. >> to me it felt like we just gave up. a great opportunity to make the playoffs but just not hungry enough. i guess we kind of feel like we're already in the playoffs for some reason. either that or we just want to get to the
idea. guys don't want to play, they need to sit down. everybody is [ bleep ], either you want to play or you don't. plain and simple. either you want to win or you don't. if you don't want to win, then you need to sit down. >> naturally those comments were a popular topic on social media. a poll was tweeted out asking if beal was right calling out his teammates. one of the teammates responded with a simple no, he does not agree with beal. 25 games he's missed this season. granted, a lot of injuries on this team, he's not the only problem. i don't think it's fair to point to one game. >> of course it's not and best thing you can say for all this is at least it's not as bad as it is with the lakers. >> it could be a lot worse. the wizards play again on friday in phoenix. they wrap up the west coast road trip against the clippers. vernon davis grew up watching the redskins play his en
call himself a member of the burgundy and gold. he signed a one-year deal with the organization today. davis won a super bowl with the broncos last season. he was traded to denver after spending his first ten seasons with the 49ers. at 32 years old, he's fourth in receiving touchdowns in san francisco history. fans here remember davis from his days at the university of maryland, but before that starring at bun dadunbar high s here in d.c. so coming home to the redskins is a huge, huge deal for vernon. he took to twitter sharing this picture writing, i'm coming home. let's do this. one guy coming in, one guy going out. terrence pot roast nighten tweeted decision made. pot roast visited both the patriots and the redskins this week. he's now heading to new england after spending just one season with the skins. it's his third team in as many
let's go to the ice. jason chimera's wallet a little lighter after this hit. he was fined $5,000 by the nhl for the hill with the butt end of his hockey stick. the capitals lost in a shootout to philadelphia. even more upset because the senators have officially been eliminated from the playoffs right now thanks to that loss by the capitals for the first time in 46 years, no canadian team will be in this year's nhl playoffs. >> wow, that's big. moving on to soccer now. the women's national team, they have filed a formal complaint against u.s. soccer demanding to get paid as much as the men's team. the women have won olympic gold and world cup titles and shattered ratings records for their game. the 2015 world cup final the most watchedoc
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breaking news tonight. multiple people shot as a gunman opens fire at a greyhound bus station and a police training mission turns real life emergencies. damage control. donald trump scrambling over an uproar over abortion. hillary clinton loses her temper today. what caused this flash of anger caught on came. tornado outbreak. tearing across the south, new warnings tonight for 34 million in the path. secret tape scandal engulfing alabama's governor refusing to resign under threats of impeachment amid allegations of affair with a top aide. and fighting for equal pay. american soccer stars launch a turf war over wages. why are they paid four times less than the